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Camping Jeugdstadion Ypres

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73Somewhat walkable
Grade: 73 out of 100
85Restaurantswithin 0.75 miles
41Attractionswithin 0.75 miles
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We have paid many visits to this small but handy campsite. It is absolutely essential to book though. Remodelled, maybe ten years ago, there is a section for caravans, securely barriered off and a field, somewhat sloping for tent users. The camper vans have an area where they
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The facilities are very good and it is wonderfully situated for getting into the city and for visiting the Menin Gate. However, a very noisy factory is close by which starts operations very early in the morning. Tent pitches have no privacy.
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My friends and I stayed for a week, in a cabin. The cabin is very good, very small but well appointed and clean. You need your own bedding and cooking/drinking/eating gear. A kettle and electric hob is in the cabin. There are taps on the exterior walls for cold water. I think
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Amenities are simple but work, we never seemed to run out of hot water. We had no issues of any kind when we were here. All our stuff was left in the tent when we were out and nothing was touched. A great base to see the battlefield tours.
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But no, the blonde haired receptionist really is very rude and unhelpful . A complete contrast to the dark haired lady who couldn’t be more helpful The site is well located but a nightmare noise wise at night
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I was in a campervan so not sure sorry
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Hi Eellee69, It doesn't really mean you have to park on the road, all parking is inside the camp site but there are hard standing areas for parking. If you are camping with a tent there is concrete parking space just inside the entrance, to the right when you come through the barrier, it is right next to the tent field. If you are on a motorbike you can take it onto the grassed camping area. If you have a 'Blue' camping electrical cable you can use the electrical outlets, if you don't the you can borrow one from the reception for 30 Euro which is refundable. All information is on the website, I can't post a link in this comment. P.S. One tip, if you arrive late and can't get through the barrier don't park too close to it. Coaches are based down the small road to the right (as you face the barrier) and you can restrict their turning out of the small road.
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In additon to the answer above. If you do arrive out of hours don't park too close to the barrier overnight. There is a small road to the right (as you face the barrier) and there is a coach company down that road. If you park opposite this small road you will block any early coach departures. The drivers can become quite irate about this. Park on the other side, or further up the road, until reception is open. Hope this helps.
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"Get the cabins with the higher numbers, they are closer to the loo."
"if camping, camp near the reception to make use of the free wifi"
"Use the self service machine, much quicker!"
"Book ahead"
"i stopped in no 4 hut and was close to the toilets behind the reception office and.you can park your motorbike next to the huts."
BelgiumFlandersWest Flanders ProvinceIeper (Ypres)
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